MCQ On Communication Practice Test 122

By | September 12, 2017

Communication questions for (Human/Buiseness/classroom)

Question 1
Pick out the participle in the following sentence: Knowing his aptitude, he should have scored more runs.
A
Knowing
B
Aptitude
C
Scored
D
Runs
Question 1 Explanation: 
Here, the participle is 'knowing'. In certain cases, accepted usage permits the following constructions where the participle is left without a proper subject or reference. Such a participle is called the impersonal absolute.
Question 2
.... tone is used when speaker wants to bring about a good impression of her life.
A
Outraged
B
Reflective
C
Restrained
D
Urgent
Question 2 Explanation: 
The correct statement is: Reflective tone is used when speaker wants to bring about a good impression of her life.
Question 3
In monochronic cultures, the priority is:
A
multiple tasks
B
goal achievement
C
the job
D
relationships
Question 4
.... is a purpose of communication
A
Information
B
Propaganda
C
Entertainment
D
All the above
Question 5
There are four distinct levels of measurement commonly used in research. They are:
A
nominal, ordinal, interval, and ratio.
B
ordinal, interval, ratio, and numerical
C
interval, ratio, numerical, and ordinal
D
ratio, numerical, ordinal, and interval
Question 6
.... Conference held at USSR in 1978, stressed the need for Health for all by the year 2000 A.D.
A
Alma Ata
B
Geneva
C
Paris
D
None of these
Question 7
A verb which is not limited by person and number is called the infinitive.
A
True
B
False
C
It depends on situation
D
sometimes true sometimes false
Question 7 Explanation: 
The statement is true. A verb which is not limited by person and number is called the infinitive. For example, They always try to find fault with me.
Question 8
Which of these parameters are not required to define style?
A
Moral truth
B
Compassion
C
Gender
D
Information
Question 8 Explanation: 
There are three parameters that are stated when defining style. They are: moral truth, compassion and information with precision.
Question 9
Interpersonal communication is
A
Person to person contact
B
When an individual sends and receives messages
C
The thought process
D
Communication with mass audience
Question 10
Which of these is not a type of degree of comparison?
A
Positive
B
Negative
C
Comparative
D
Superlative
Question 10 Explanation: 
Degrees of comparison can be classified into three types. They are: positive degree, comparative degree and superlative degree. For example, good is positive, better is comparative and best is superlative.
Question 11
The receiver's perception of the source's expertise (involves judgments of authoritativeness) and trustworthiness (involves judgments of character and trust).
A
Mean World Syndrome
B
Schemas
C
Symbolic Interaction
D
Source credibility
Question 12
Which of these phrases are used to start the main body of a friendly letter?
A
It was nice of you to...
B
All the best.
C
Please refer to your letter no...
D
We are pleased to place an order..
Question 12 Explanation: 
In case of friendly letters the following phrases are normally used to start the main body of the letter: I received your letter an hour ago, It was nice of you to.., I just learnt about.., etc.
Question 13
The highest level in linguistics is
A
Phonology
B
phonetics
C
Morphology
D
Pragmatics
Question 14
Which of these forms does a formal report not take?
A
Essay
B
Pamphlet
C
Friendly letter
D
Book
Question 14 Explanation: 
A formal report is long. It takes the form of an essay, pamphlet or book. It is always written in an impersonal tone.
Question 15
Which of these is a qualitative definition of interpersonal communication?
A
It involves two persons.
B
It occurs in dyads.
C
It involves each considering the other unique.
D
It is characterized as group or mass communication.
Question 16
In an effort to improve the literacy of its students, Washington Elementary School holds family literacy seminars for parents twice a month. The seminars include English-as-a-Second-Language classes and information about sharing language-related activities with children. This program is an example of....
A
character education
B
a social constructivist approach to reading
C
reciprocal teaching
D
met cognitive strategies
There are 16 questions to complete.

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